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Public Citizen No.1 Public Citizen No.1

CORRECTION (from the Dec. 27 issue): In Micah L. Sifry's "Public Citizen No. 1" [Dec. 20], Carl Mayer, although he is among those urging Nader to run, was incorrectly identified as...

Dec 2, 1999 / Feature / Micah L. Sifry

Street Fight in Seattle Street Fight in Seattle

After the Battle in Seattle one thing is certain: The next WTO confab will be held somewhere like Singapore or Jakarta.

Dec 2, 1999 / Editorial / Marc Cooper

Blowjobs and Snow Jobs Blowjobs and Snow Jobs

If the sixties were the age of the war reporter and the seventies the age of the investigative reporter, then the late nineties may go down in history as the age of the blowjob r...

Dec 2, 1999 / Column / Eric Alterman

Trade Wars, Trade Truths Trade Wars, Trade Truths

Here's a might-have-been for you.

Dec 2, 1999 / Beat the Devil / Alexander Cockburn

Ulster Says Maybe Ulster Says Maybe

Ireland's struggle to extricate itself from the British Empire contributed early and disproportionately to the political vocabulary of the twentieth century: colonial domination ...

Dec 2, 1999 / Editorial / The Editors

One Problem of Bradley’s Candidacy Solved One Problem of Bradley’s Candidacy Solved

The last remaining superpower Might get a leader who would tower Above a smallish premier of Japan. The Third World wouldn't be euphoric

Dec 2, 1999 / Column / Calvin Trillin

There You Go Again… There You Go Again…

Our correspondent, longtime Los Angeles Times reporter and columnist Robert Scheer, has spent several hours over the years questioning President Reagan on a variety of subjec

Nov 25, 1999 / Books & the Arts / Robert Scheer

Curtain Call With Terkel Curtain Call With Terkel

Charles Kuralt, who got around a lot himself but wore out faster, once remarked: "When Studs Terkel listens, everybody talks." Not so many years ago, in fact, we asked Kuralt to ...

Nov 25, 1999 / Books & the Arts / John Leonard

Insider Enrichment Insider Enrichment

When the Clinton Administration privatized the United States Enrichment Corporation (USEC) last year, critics warned that the new company would seek to back out of a historic but...

Nov 25, 1999 / Editorial / Ken Silverstein and Ian Urbina

‘Our’ Gide? ‘Our’ Gide?

Whenever Gide wrote or spoke about himself directly, which was not infrequently, he would insist that his wars within were to be traced to his very genes.

Nov 25, 1999 / Books & the Arts / Patrick Smith

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